4990 beneficiaries has benefited from the University virtual training camp for innovation and entrepreneurship

Source: King Khalid University - Media Center 

King Khaled University Center for Talent, Creativity and Entrepreneurship concluded The virtual training camp for innovation and entrepreneurship, which organized in coopration with Information Technology Company "Academy", and within "Mobaderoon" project, for 5 days.

Dr, Mohammed Al-Magrabi, Head of Talent center, says “4990 beneficiaries has benefited from the camp, representing 85 entities with 10 training hours. In addition to, the camp presented various interviews and meetings: 'Entrepreneurial Advice' meeting, that delivered by  the founder and CEO of Wala Plus, Ryan Jamil Saleh; 'How an Entrepreneur Thinking' meeting , that delivered by Abdullah Dhafer, a Business Developer and Technology Project Manager; 'the level of the  Smallest Value Producer MVP'  with Muhammad Fahad Al-Hassan, the Founder of Shuttle and Pick Logistics; 'Product-Market Fit'  with Ziad Abdullah bin Sulaiman, co-founder and CEO of Academy; 'Enlarging the Entrepreneurial Project and Exiting'  with Dr. Amjad Al-Janbaz, a partner and founder of Alef Start Up".

Source: King Khalid University, Media Center King Khalid University participated in the 24th  GCC “Community service Deanships and colleges committee  meeting , which was hosted  by Taibah University virtually.  The university also participated in the 36th National  meeting for the Deans of the Community service deanships committee on Wednesday and which was under the patronage of His Excellency Taibah University President Prof. Abdulaziz Alserani under the slogan “Sustainable development and prosperous society. It's worth noting that Prof Omar Alwan Agheel represented King Khalid University in the meeting. 
Source: King Khalid University, Media Center On behalf of His Excellency the Minister of Education, Dr. Hamad Al-Sheikh, His Excellency King Khalid University President, Prof. Faleh bin Raja Allah Al Solami, chaired the sixth university council, today Wednesday the 30th of December 2020 , which was held virtually in the presence of the His Excellency the Secretary General of the Council of Universities Affairs, Dr. Muhammad bin Abdulaziz Al-Saleh and the council members. The University Vice President of Academic Affairs, and Vice President of Post Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Saad bin Muhammad bin Dajam, explained that the council discussed a variety of topics, and approved the following: -  The restructure  of university departments and programs , which included the recommendation to establish a number of colleges and scientific departments at the university and in the Tihama branch and submitting them to the University Affairs Council. - The approval of  a master's program in management information systems (fee-demand ) in the Department of Management Information Systems in the College of Business. -  The restructure of the editorial board of the University Journal of Linguistic Studies.
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Source: KKU - Media Center The Administrative Development Department at King Khalid University, held a number of training courses and programs targeting university members, during the first semester of 1442 AH, a number of training courses were held in coordination with the Institute of Public Administration and the General Court of Audit.  The Dean of Human Resources Deanship Dr. Ali Al Olayani, explained that these training courses and programs are part of the Deanship's efforts to enhance the work performance of university members, to achieve the Deanship's mission of efficient and innovative management and development of human resources, by investing distinguished capabilities, in line with best practices. On his part, the Director of the Administrative Development Department, Prof. Ali bin Saleh Al Dumaih, said that an estimate of 2188 university members benefited from these training courses. These training courses are important to develop the skills and potentials of university employees in areas that include, risk management assessment, professional skills in work procedures, monitoring skills, content analysis in social networks, facility management, leadership skills, achieving excellence in strategies implementation in universities, improving the financial performance during crises, change management, risk-based audit, performance control, governmental accounting, practicing internal auditing in government agencies.
Source: King Khalid University, Media Center The University Vice President for Business and Knowledge Economy, Prof. Abdul Latif bin Ibrahim Al-Hadithi, witnessed the  signing of a cooperation agreement between the university and  the Association of Management Accountants in the university city Qureir, in order to enhance cooperation between the two parties.  The head of Governance Center, Prof. Murya Habbash, represented the university in signing the agreement while Mr. Hassan Al- Bahes, president of IMA represented the Association of Management Accountants.  Al-Habbash, explained that the areas of this agreement include pushing and encouraging cooperation in the field of lectures, seminars and events that aim at professional and scientific development in accordance with the regulations followed in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Another component of the agreements is the exchange of work experiences and information between the two parties, to also   prepare  seminar  topics , lectures and meetings, to achieve  the job market needs . The agreement also included   sharing professional advanced experience and  providing an opportunity for all relevant parties to attend conferences and seminars that  are held  by one of the two parties of this agreement, as well as  participating in celebrations and professional events organized by each party. In Addition to that, the agreement aims to encourage inter-visits between professionals, researchers and specialists to exchange experiences and information from both parties, give lectures, consult, raise the efficiency of coordination, and exchange scientific and professional visits.